Whichever Way The Wind Blows


Tears Of Joy

Tears are not always the result of sadness.
Many times they are caused by extreme gladness
Because something extraordinary has occurred
That is beyond the utterance of the spoken word
Causing very deep emotions to take hold,
Often making it very difficult for such feelings to be told.
Then the response that nature chooses to employ
Is the free flowing tears of overwhelming joy.

Humorous and familiar…

Interesting, revealing and surprising…

These are just some of the words used to describe author Barbara A. Pierce’s poems in Whichever Way The Wind Blows

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From An Ant Hill Springs A Mountain!

Some Colors Of Nature

BLUE is the sky up so high.
YELLOW is the sun. What a bright one.
GREEN is the grass in the fields I pass.
WHITE is the snow that falls softly below.
RED is the rose in which nectar grows.
PURPLE is the awesome sight of the horizon
Just before night.
ORANGE is the pumpkin on the ground:
Big, firm, plump, and round.
BLACK is the night in the radiance
Of the moonlight.
These are some colors of nature.

Be enthralled by a dazzling assortment of rhythmical expressions with the author’s captivating From An Ant Hill Springs A Mountain!

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Just South of the Rainbow


Sometimes I Wish That I Could Fly

Sometimes I wish that I could fl y
Like the birds up in the sky
Above the clouds I would soar,
Above the rainbow and then lower.
Back and forth I would go,
Around and about
Up and down, in and out
And perhaps hover for a while in
In just one spot
As the humming bird does to drink
From the flower its lot.
Then back to the open sky I would
Head
In which ever direction my fantasy
Led.

Experience the pleasure of reading the author's third
  book of poetry, Just South Of The Rainbow.

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The Emperorís Regret


Far, far away in a distant region lives young
Emperor Paheni who is becoming increasingly
unhappy with his official royal position. The
dissatisfaction grows more and more with each
passing day. His greatest complaint is, as emperor,
the duties in the kingdom consume all of his time,
never allowing a moment for his own pleasure…

Follow the harrowing journey of a young ruler and witness
  the magic that unfolds in The Emperor's Regret.

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A Challenge of Common Knowledge

Pink is made by combining which two colors?

How many permanent teeth does a person have?

Ants live in what type of grouping?

Be prepared to respond to the 401 queries on  various subjects found in
A Challenge Of Common Knowledge.

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A Challenge of Common Knowledge II


Round off four hundred twenty-four to the nearest ten.

The Americas are named after which early explorer?

Which food is not a grain: millet, corn, celery, or rye?

Want to give it a try?

Embark on another exciting challenge in author Barbara A. Pierceís new release, A Challenge of Common Knowledge II, the sequel to her previous non-fictional work, A Challenge of Common Knowledge!

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The Game That Sam Plays


Young Samuel Nabors plays a game that only he enjoys.

As in all games, winning is the goal.

However, Sam’s success always becomes an inconvenience for his family…

Find out which game the boy plays in this intriguing book The Game That Sam Plays!

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The Perfect Place for Toodles


The Perfect Place for Toodles tells the tale of Toodles a very young cat that has experienced abandonment and great loneliness in his life.
Will Toodles' luck ever change?

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A Mystery in Winters Park


A Mystery in Winters Park follows Dempsey Squirrel's urgent search to find his missing food before winter. Trying to get the community to see it as a common problem becomes a hard sell.

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